TUCV brings companies within healthcare and welfaretech in close and early contact with municipality and hospital.


The Center focuses on fast-track development and validation of products close to market to help companies as fast and effectively as possible.

Most activity in TUCV is centered around live settings in the Municipality/Hospital. If and when municipality/hospital get involved they will engage both patients/citizens and staff in the development process.

The ambition is to ensure and support development of new and not least relevant products to both hospital and municipality. Identification and translation of needs from citizens or employees to companies are a key area of our work.

Target group

Companies within healthtech and welfare who actively pursue user engagement and clinical validation of new products on the way to market.

Impact for citizen

At its core TUCV exist to support creation of new and relevant products, that supports citizens in their everyday life and treatment close to their homes.

Impact for staff

Focus on easing stress on the staff and to make sure, that more time is spent on patients/citizens and less on tasks not directly linked to care is an important parameter when accessing which companies we will work with.

Economic impact

The Center is part-funded by Viborg Municipality and Central Jutland Regional Hospital. Companies who engage with the Center is expected to pay for services provided.

Cost of product

Prices vary from case to case.
We do try to find funding for exiting projects, that will be of benefit for both company, TUCV and our public collaborators.

Life expectancy of product

TUCV will continue to work with you for as long as it is relevant.

Other costs of acquisition and setup

Expected annual costs

Special requirements

Is the product for personal use or can it be used by (how) many people?

Is the product intended for training purposes?

How much time is needed for the user or staff to get to know how to use of the product?

Has the product been presented before at other exhibitions or venues?

Experiences from practice (examples)

Cases stories (provide links or the like)

Look at our website.